tv WISN 12 News This Weekend Saturday ABC October 8, 2016 7:00am-9:00am CDT
>> wisn 12 news starts now. with breaking news. >> anyone who knows me, knows these words don't reflect who i am. i said it. i
was wrong. and i i traveled the country talking about. >> breaking news from overnight, republican presidential candidate, donald trump, apologizing after the release of a video showing him making sexually explicit comments about women. what this controversy means for a g.o.p event here in wisconsin planned for later today. well, this morning that rare apologize from donald trump in the face of a new scandal that has rocked his presidential
a video from 2005 just coming to light. in it, the republican nominee can be heard making vulgar comments about women. and we want to warn you, this video contains language that some may find disturbing. with more, here is mary maloney. >> 11-year-old video has surfaced of republican nominee donald trump engaged in a sexually explicit conversation with television host billy busch on the set of a hope opia making a cop you appearance on, the white house hopeful crash wale discusses making aggresses towards women. >> like a magnet. >> and they let you do. if you can do anything. grab
them by the -- [bleep]. >> donald trump is seen here with wife was heard in the off camera banter talking about making advances during a married woman.
a statement that was apologetic, but also defiant. >> i said it, it was wrong, i apologize. let's be honest you're living in the real world. this is nothing more than a distraction from the important issues we're facing today. reporter: candidimation to the remarks came swiftly. paul ryan is saying donald trump will not appear with him at a saturday event in wisconsin. and jason chaffetz announced he is out. he is no longer ais party's nominee. >> i feel bad for the country. the pens, and donald trump's wife and daughter. reporter: on saturday, donald trump is scheduled to participate in a second debate with hillary clinton. on friday night he said he will be there. i'm mary maloney reporting. >> billy busch released a statement about the recording
embarrassed and astatemented. donald trump was supposed to here with paul ryan and johnson, he will not be attending that event anymore. he issued a statement saying governor mike pence will be representing me in wisconsin, i will be spending the day in new york and flying to st. louis on sunday for the second presidential debate. you can watch that debate tomorrow night right here on wisn 12 abc coverage begins at 9:00. well, we want to turn to your saturday forecast. a pleasant fall day in store for us. here with the details is sally. and the sun is shying this morning. burning off the cold air. >> just a few minutes ago, 6:57. clear and crisp. you're right about the chilly and cold air. frost advisories in place this morning we see the blue,
but we had temperatures in the 30's. we will take a look in a moment. fair skies this morning. big high pressure will influence the weather and help to keep us try in the next few days and stay on the cool side for today. 40's at the airport. 30's across many. and highs reach to 60. but 36 in west bend and waukesha. this thermometer has a tendency side. 37 are watertown. so-so your forecast today, a chilly start. a clear and crisper morning. sweatshirt worth but make it into the 60's. and clear skies in store for us tonight. and, of course, we're keeping things up-to-date with hurricane matthew. >> we have been keeping an eye on this storm as the batters the
raining and raining, they cannot catch a break. >> right now the continues to weakening rapidly. right now we're looking at a storm is a very weak, a cusp of category one and category two at this point. and here is a look. you can see it is scraping and running parallel to the coast. it weakens to a tropical storm. and it does this dimsy if you will, and bring rain to the bahama ops by tuesday, not as hurricane. there are still hurricane warnings and flash flood warnings in place for south carolina and north carolina. >> all right. thank you, sally. a live look from our abc station down in the carolinas. this is a look from holden beach, north carolina. the camera shaking there in the wind. you can see the palm trees blowing around. a state of emergency is in effect in both north carolina and south carolina. and in florida, the hurricane claimed at least six lives. the cleanup is starting there this morning.
lauren lyster. reporter: good morning. it is hard to believe less than 24 hours ago, you could barely walk where we are because the wind was so strong as hurricane matthew battered this area. it left behind downed trees like this and worse. and it continues moving north. the deadly hurricane wreaking havoc has the moved up the coast. overnight, matthew bringing deafening rain, storm surge, and flooding roads, downs trees and driving cars off the road. an eerie light show on this highway as multiple power lines explode. the powerful category two hurricane has weakened, but continues to show its force. bringing wind gusts up to 80 miles per hour. states of emergency declared in georgia, south carolina, and north carolina. >> really the best thing now is to just hunker down. stay in a safe place.
around. reporter: this is after pommeling florida. >> the sounded like a train hitting the house. that's all that i could say. reporter: matthew barreled through palm coast, a home security camera captures the moment when rushing water crashes into a home. full roads getting washed away. st. augustine one of the hardest hit areas, water flooding downtown streets tramming dozens as this inn. and matthews traveled north, 26,000 people riding it out at shelters in the thousands without power on the georgia coast. and in florida, more than a million people are without power. as the cleanup begins, residents we are told, it will be a week before the lights are back on. lauren lyster, abc news. >> right, now dozens of red cross volunteers from wisconsin are on their way to help with storm help. they left maybe around 9:00
they headed to orlando to distribute cleanup kilt -- kits and meals. the ripple effect from hurricane matthew is impacting travelers around the country. including here in milwaukee. this is a look at flight boards at mitchell international. the 7:00 flight to orlando are canceled. thousands of flights chancemmed and delay out of miami, orlando, and fort lauderd with your airport new this morning two men are expected to be okay after their boat crashes into the break wall near mckinley marina. the fire department is saying crews were called out after 11:00 last night after a 32-foot power bolt hit the brick wall. they were pulled to safety. the bet was speeding when the crashed and the two men are being investigating for operating while intoxicated. right now the boat can be seen
police are trying to find whoever shot and killed a 24-year-old man around 9:30 last night. investigators say the man was found lying on the sidewalk near a home at energith street and capital drive. first responders tried to save the man. but he died at the scene. no suspects have been named and the shooting remains under investigation. later today, you're invited to join a conversation about public safety is a series of public meetings will be held on saturday. there was called for increasing police staffing and expand could tension facilities. residents will have the top to provide input, ideas and feedback on public safety. at 9:30 this morning at marshal high school. this weekend several local
alumni. there are homecoming events. uwm will host their panther prowl. marquette is also hosting a fun run this morning. the color my college blue and gold 5k. events start at 10:30. proceeds help to benefit midnight run that focuses on needs of the hungry and homeless surrounding the marquette campus. 7:10. a battle of the badges later today. where local first responders against autism. and a wisconsin couple heading to haiti to help in the wake of hurricane matthew. details on the special connection they have with the island nation. and meteorologist sally is in the weather center with our stat forecast. good morning. >> you know, 30s inland this morning. zim your sleeves.
hurricane matthew this morning. it is live look from myrtle beach, south carolina. there is a state of emergency in effect in south carolina and north carolina this morning. matthew weakened to a category two storm overnight, but it is still expected to cause significant damage as it moves north today. along the south carolina coast more than 300,000 people evacuated ahead of the storm. and this morning, thousands of families in florida are still in the dark after hurricane matthew. but p c lights back on by monday. the hurricane blew by the state yesterday with devastating winds and heavy rain claiming the lives of six people. this is what families in st. augustine are dealing with, down trees and flooded streets from the storm surge. it is expected to tom eight feet later today. at one point yesterday, two dozen people, including children were trapped by rising water around the bed and breakfast.
shims with relief supplies for hurricane victims in haiti. the storm devastated the island when the tore through on tuesday. the official death toll is nearly 300 people. but the haitian government excepts that that rise over the next few days. a couple from eau claire is traveling to haiti to help with the recovery efforts. sandy and their husband john adapted four children haiti. >> we want to empower haiti to become self-sufficient. but when your resources are limited, they need so much outside help. >> they leave for haiti on tuesday. wisn 12 news time 7:15. if you're thinking of remodeling your home you can get inspired this weekend. it is the milwaukee home and remodeling show at state fair park. that is where we find van mcneal.
i don't want to alarm anybody. but we are a couple of months out from the holidays. how does the house look? you need inspiration. that's what you do down here at the wisconsin state fire exposition center. we are finding dave and the home remodeling show. good morning, dave. >> good morning. van. >> a lot of things going on, the fruition and ideas. >> yes. over 100 milwaukee members here and exhibiting kitchens and bathrooms and lower levels on the inside of the house, on the outside of the house roofing. anything that you need to do to get your house ready for winter on the holidays to host people. >> and food, chefs as well. >> yes. cooking demonstrates today. one at 1:00 for cookie's barbecue. >> they go hand-in-hand. you can get inspiration here. i want to bring john in from glass works. you are doing a create and take kind of health. >> yeah.
something hands-on for people. so people, kids can come and lung a little bit of the process stained glass and make a stun catcher to take home. >> you started as a teacher and turned into this company and you take all weekend here. right? >> exactly. we developed this program to be really easy to do, hands-on. >> so, you just grab the glass. >> exactly. you can pick pieces. >> this is the real deal. >> yep. it is actually glass. the exact same process i use in taking glass and assembling into stain glass people. >> that's nice stuff. a nice cumemrutival item here. so john, thank you for your time. >> yes. thank you. >> have cooking, we modeling, and paint here, next here live on wisn 12 news this morning. >> all right. thank you, van. i just checked. 70 days and 16 hours until christmas, so. >> get on it.
we appreciate it. 7:17 right now on this saturday morning. it doesn't feel like christmas out there yet. but definitely cooler than we're used to. >> yes. 30's on the map early this morning away from lake michigan and the warm spot is the airport at 42. and anybody else is cooler. readings between 34 and 40. there are frost advisory west in the state. they don't include any of our area, but i would not be inland had a little bit of light coating of frost. we're going to start today, your weekend headlines a couple of pretty autumn days in store for us, a little bit on the cool side for us today. sweaters and sunglasses will do it. stay dry all weekend and i expect a couple of warmers days especially for next week. and the fall color map as couple of people are checking in on the wisconsin weather updates pain. and take a read to holy hill in washington county.
1/3 of the state and we're getting pockets of journals worth in wisconsin. so if you like, you can check in and log your favorite places in southern wisconsin to enjoy the fall color. and put few on the air this morning. the peak around the 30th of october. and we're on schedule for that. look at the temperature, 32 at eagle. 37 at greendale. and 38 at glendale. and west bend, 35. and 36 there. we have 37 at watertown. and beaver dam. no swimming there. skies are fair and big high pressure that's the new us -- influencing our weather. we are just next to dodge and fond du lac.
a lot of stars shining on my way in this morning. a big blue h calls the opportunity for us weather-wise it will move slowly to the east. there is a little bit area of low pressure trying get organized over the northern plains i'm not concerned about that over the next few days the best chance of rain is maybe tuesday and wednesday. coming up in october and november, a lot of opportunities to enjoy the meteor showers. one right now, peaked last night. but as the meteor showers the earth passes through the swarm, if you will, for a number of days. so the peak was last night, the originate out of the constellation, look up and get away from city likes. orion peaked october 21st. and the next is late october and actual november. so just keep an eye to the sky and make-a-wish on a falling star. early this morning sunshine and
a couple of clouds tonight. there is a disturbance in the west flow. i don't think we get mum out of it. tomorrow sunshine once again. so 64 food and 64 for tomorrow. we will sandwich in 44 for tonight. and then your 70 on monday and tuesday with a couple of very nice days on deck. >> all right. thanks, sally. now, 7:21. well, how about a fitness routine that doesn't require you to step into the gym. some of your daily a and later a nose for a common household pet.
7:24 right now. well, new this morning turns out you don't always have to sweat it out that gym he meet your fitness goals. who know, there are plenty of alternative activities to keep your talkative and get your heart rate up. we explain in today's health minute. >> yeah! >> in and out. >> yeah. reporter: there's some activities that are not only fun, they are beneficial as well. volunteering is more than just
according to an american journal of public health study, people who volunteer are better protected against stress. and those who don't give back as much have a 30% higher risk of dying. cooking studies show for the most part a home cooked meal some healthier than one from a restaurant. meals out contain salt, butter, and oil. a 2014 study found people who eat at home contrary sume 130 calories fewer than those who don't. and playing with your pet,conta, according to centers for disease control caring for an animal is shown to decrease blood pressure and cualisterally levels and feelings of loneliness, that is on top of all of the calories your burn taking spot orfide for a week. for today's health minute. >> later today a battle of the badges to raise money for easter seals and fight against autism. local police officers and firefighters will step into the
competition. you're invited to the jjk house field house for the matches. and rifles and a silent auction. the doors open at 3:00. the bouts start at 5:00. 7:26. octoberfest celebrations in full swing this weekend. where your pets can join in the fun later today. >> and we continue to track hurricane by the carolinas. you are looking live of the deck of the uss york town, which is being battered by wind and rain.
outside. i will say it, because i was outside it is cold this morning. sally: clear and crisp, and the temperatures are nosing up lane as we move a little bit more away from sunrise, but i picked several of our outdoor cameras. this is the camera in cheboygan, 38 degrees. you can see a light west wind. a number of fisher men on the break water. and our milwaukee institute of heart and design in the third ward, t river. and finally, this is holy hill in the distance. we have clear skies. and temperatures are at 40 degrees. there have been frost advisories there in place for western wisconsin. does include columbia county, just to the north of madison. no frost advisory in our area. but fair skies, light winds and temps fell overnight. most of our readings between 35 and 42. so sun is up this morning at
out of the 30's and 40's this morning. by noon, sunglasses and a sweater. daytime highlights today around 60. >> all right. thank you. sally. breaking news this morning donald trump is apologizing after video of him saying vulgar and profane things about women is causing campaign controversy. that video obtained by the white house post is the reason why he will not make a campaign appearance here in wisconsin as was planned later brian clark reports. reporter: a hot mic and a blast from the past. >> i moved on her. and i failed. i admit. i did try. reporter: 2005 conversation between donald trump and
billy bush. the chat reported by the wall
after marrying his wife. >> i got, i have to eat ticktacks incase i start kissing her. i'm automatically attracted to beautiful women. a magnet. you can do anything. grab them by the [bleep]. do anything. >> and then donald trump emerges from the bus. >> hello. how are you. hi. reporter: donald trump insists this private conversation. bill clinton said far worth to
me on the golf course. and donald trump responds to the damaging video. >> i never said that i was a perfect person or pretend to do things i have not. anyone who knows me, knows these words don't reflect who i am. i said it.
>> brian clark, abc news, new york. >> this morning republicans are reacting to the converse visceral comments. house speaker paul ryan is saying donald trump will not be attending a campaign event with other republican candidates later today in wisconsin, instead,
donald trump's running mate, mike pence will stand in for him. paul ryan will be the keynote speaker for ffe elkhorn. all three lawmakers have denounced donald trump's comments. speaker ryan is saying in part, i'm sickened by what i heard today. women are to be championed and revealed. last night governor walker tweeting inexcusable. donald trump's comments are inexcusable. and meanwhile, donald trump will be spending today in new york preparing for tomorrow's second presidential debate. and you can catch that debate
martha will moderate along with anderson cooper. donald trump and hillary clinton will face-off beginning
at 8:00. back on the campaign trail, former president, bill clinton will campaign for his wife later today. meet with ibew local union 494 headquarters, the doors open at 3:00. and anyone can invaded to attend. you are asked to rsvp on-line. hurricane matthew continues to churn on this is video from georgia overnight. high winds knocked out power. some areas are bracing for up to 15 inches of rain. six people have died in florida from the storm. more than a million people are still without power this morning. officials are saying could take weeks to clean up the damage. while thousands of people evacuated, others in places like st. augustine decided to rain out the storm, they were trapped inside of hopes and a motel. the storm is weaker now than
landfall in the caribbean. the death toll in haiti is at least 300 people. but that number is expect rise. for the latest now on the intensity of hurricane matthew, we go to meteorologist sally severson. sally: well, early this morning, hurricane matthew, right on the cusp of a category one, category two storm. this is a look at the doppler 12 radar network. it is coastal south carolina and north carolina and some of the heaviest of the rain bands beginning to juste warnings in place for coastal carolinas. that's going to continue through the early afternoon hours with the heavier rain bands moving through. very heavy rain at this hour in charleston. now, there are still hurricane warnings in place for the coastal portions of establishing and tropical storm warnings to the north. but you can see right now, category one storm, likely staying a one during the day today, it continues to weaken and then moves back out over the atlantic ocean as a tropical storm.
pressure and could bring rain to parts of the bahamas by tuesday. so wet weather today with flooding. >> thank you, sally. right now, travelers trying to get to atlanta, savannah, and charleston are experiencing problems. thousands of flights have been canceled through tomorrow because of the hurricane. all flights to and from orlando were canceled yesterday, but some flights could resume later today. and you can stay on top of the both on www.wisn.com and our free wisn 12 news app. we turn to football now, this weekend the packers are looking for a win tomorrow against the giants. wisn 12 news' dan needles and drew have a review of the game. >> tonight at sports saturday. the badgers the game against ohio state one week off, a heck
and the packer. >> that's right, the packers and the giantsal. will it be a shoot out? we will talk about that and look at ben and odell, a wide receiver, who would have not. >> shocking. 72 if the packers can be like other nfl teams who have crept him quiet this nfl season. that is coming up tonight at 6:30. >> all right. right now we're going to get a check of and meteorologist sally severson in with your forecast. >> the early morning temperatures in the 30's and 40's. i will show you how to wish upon a falling star. >> and one unique approach for bedbugs. and van mcneil is live this
thema: and welcome back to wisn 12 news this morning. we take a live look outside. it is 7:41 on this saturday. october 8th. a very pretty fall pictu screen right now. meteorologist sally severson will let us know about the weather details if you plan on spending the day outside. this morning the u.s. is accusing russia of trying to interfere with the presidential election. two intelligence agencies released a joint statement yesterday officially blaming russia for recent e-mail hacks. those breaches targeted political groups including the democratic national convention. here in wisconsin, election
the is a president with absentee ballots. that have been sent in, but missing address information and might not count. a new law in wisconsin requires absentee ballots to include the full address of a witness. in milwaukee, 400 abtity ballots came in where the wisconsin did not write their municipality. now, they will have to be returned to be corrected. president barack obama casts his early balfor the 2016 presidential election yesterday. he stopped by the chicago board of elections office to vote. president barack obama is in chicago for the weekend and going to take part in several fundraisers. later today, the city of milwaukee is coming together to support dads. the 11th annual fatherhood sum saturday this weekend. the largest gathering of men in the state.
speeches, workshops and a job fair. encouraging men to step-up in their children's lives. it is free and open to the public. a dog in wisconsin is helping prevent the spread of a major pest in people's homes. chester is a rescue dog helping the brown county health department track down beg bugs. the area has seen a 300% increase in bedbugs over the last two years. chester helps search for the bugs before health officials spray treatment. the health department is saying it is a unique way to educate people about bedbugs that are also found in hotels and public places. later today, the humane animal welfare 73 is hosting the annual 5k. move your mut is the lake road park. the race starts at 9:00 this morning. money raised benefits the humane animal welfare society. this weekend, octoberfest celebrations continue across
downtown seedingburg is keeping the german tradition alive today, food and beer with a sour crot eating contest. and german spelling bees taking place. wiener dog racing returns to the harley davidson. dozens of weaner dogs of all ages will compete who is the fastest. the entryify is $5. well, dealing the badger state's biggest secrets. that's f of the newest exhibit at the milwaukee public museum called hidden wisconsin. you go inside of a 1920 speak easy. explore a shipwreck. and learn about cities, and track prehistoric footprints. >> i would love for people to look at wisconsin with new eyes. the idea that our state is really cool there. are all sorts of science and
is such a rich history. such an interesting statement. >> hidden wisconsin runs through january 8th. admission is free for museum members. otherwise it is $23 for adults and $16 for kids. well, later today, if you have ever dreamed of remodeling your home, now is your chance. the milwaukee home and remodeling show is this weekend at state park. and that's where we find van van. van: good morning. a lot of inspiration down here at wisconsin fair park exposition center. we were talking about june here with the glass. i lived in a lung bowl that had stained glass. i was worried my kids would break. it you guys repair that. >> we do a lot of repair and restoration. >> where are you? >> on the southeastoid of wisconsin. you can get more information on www.wisn.com or the free wisn 12 news app.
glass here, but what about the paint. our friends at sherwin williams. cathy, your last name. you're with sherwin-williams. >> yes. we have painting ideas and 2017 trends in color. >> what are trends in color this year. i just got a condo, i'm looking to do painting as a matter of fact. what is the latest and greatest. >> yeah, so cool taupes over here, and ou bases. our color of the year for 2017 is taupe. and then our color of the month is autumn orchard and then a color palette here for 2017. >> now, if people have more questions. you guys are here. >> yes. that home solution stage for the presentation.
and surone williams, the beautiful -- sherwin-williams. and the beautiful paint and stained glass. we are restroom, van mcneil with the maybe hope and remodeling show. wisn 12 news this morning. thema: all right. thank you so much van. we appreciate that. it is 7:47 right now and our attention to weather outside. anyone who is going to paint the outside of the house. a bit cool, maybe. i inside. sally: i painted the kitchen and missed out on the color. i just painted it white. pretty boring. thema: you have to live with it. the pain colors they can cause -- sally: trouble. yes. thema: very much, right. the yellow, this, butter yellow. daffodil. sally: a gray or a green undertone.
weather. yes. it is traumatizing for me to pick paint. ok, pretty autumn days in store for us. on the cool side, but it is gorgeous. looking that sunshine for today, tomorrow, monday and tuesday. we will stay dry all weekend and get warmer next week. it is 40, our camera on the hospital along i-95, the aurora hospital, you can see clear enough to see 30 miles distance. that's holy hill. so very pretty early this morning for us. it is cool though, 34. that's at beaver dam. and austin was chickening in with oshkosh. they had frost on the rooftops this morning. would not be surprised today get reports of the frosty glaze in some areas. 37 at west bend. and elkhorn 37 as well. and 42 degrees at mitchell international. now, overnight we did have frost advisories and they included columbia, and green lake and
we are approaching that time of the year, we will be getting in on the first frost, and a lot of a chilly start. a chance for us to get used to the cooler mornings. big high pressure, to the east. there is a low off to the north and west, it is a little disturbance more than anything. i think the stream as couple of clouds in for us overnight. i don't think we get wet with it, not moisture with it. but a few stray clouds begin the roll in. so sunshine, very pleasant. the west breezes in the neighborhood of 8 to 16 miles per hour, maybe 10 to 20 miles per hour. dry all day long. here is the little disturbance coming through for us late this afternoon and into the evening hours a couple of clouds around, but we don't get wet. and tomorrow a wind shift easterly. the temperatures will increase a couple of degrees. another gorgeous fall day, pick a few pumpkins, the fall colors,
a great weekend to get outside, especially comparison to last weekend. so if today, 60 degrees. a lot of sunshine. 44 for tonight. not quite so chilly. 63 for tomorrow. and a wind shift on monday and tuesday, back to 70 degrees. average highs this time of the year close to 63 or 64. so nice warmup early next week. there is a cool front for later on tuesday night and after a chance for a few showers on tuesday night and during the day on wednesday. the lighter side. but cooler again as the temperatures fall into the 50s for highs towards the end of the week. thema. thema: thank you, sally. 7:30. right now up next on wisn 12 news this morning. a twisted story of a missing persons case comes to life on the big screen. coming up -- we will have a preview of "the girl on the train." stay with us, you're watching
7:53 and a live look outside. saturday, october 8th. blue skies out there, cold out there right now. cold instead of cool. meteorologist sally severson up next with your weekend forecast. this weekend a psychological thriller is going to take over the box office. kevin fraiser has a preview of "girl on the train." reporter: this week, emily blunt stars as woman who is involved trying to solve a disappearance, trying to battle her own "the girl on the train." emily blunt plays rachel, a woman who inserts herself in a mystery after a woman goes missing. blunt played a character struggling with divorce and an alcohol addiction -- and plays up her ugly side for the role. >> i had a full contact lens that covered my whole eye. and it was various different
the end of filming, that she kept hidden in the early stages, but justin thoreau guessed the secret. >> he pulled me aside. he is like are you pregnant. i was like, yes. >> get up, off of the floor and kind of run, just like -- five or 10 feet and she was like, no. i'm not going, i could twist my hip. and later that day we went back to m not having a cocktail. are you pregnant? >> i think so. >> for entertainment tonight, kevin fraiser, back to you. thema: thank you. wisn 12 news time, 7:55. still ahead -- staying healthy through cold and flu season. the free event taking place later today. and hurricane matthew is barreling down on the east coast this morning. this is a live look from myrtle beach, south carolina.
>> anyone who knows me, knows these words don't reflect who i am. i said it, i was wrong, and i apologize. i travel the country. thema: breaking news from overnight. republican presidential candidate, donald trump, apologizing after the release of a video showing him making sexually explicit comments about women. what this controversy means for planned for later today. and this morning that rare apology from donald trump in the face of a new scandal that has rocked his presidential campaign. a video from 2005 just coming to light. in it, the republican nominee can be heard making vulgar comments about women. and we want to warn you, this report contains language which some viewers may find disturbing.
>> i have to use ticktacks. reporter: 11-year-old video surfaced of republican nominee, donald trump, exchanged in a sexual explicit conversation with television host, billy bush, on the set of a soap opera, he was making a cameo appearance on. he discusses making aggresses towards women. >> i just start kissing them. when you're a star, they let you do >> whatever you want. >> grab them by the [bleep]. reporter: donald trump seen here with wife and heard in the off camera banter talks about making advances toward as married women. and donald trump issued an on camera statement that was apologetic, but defiant. >> i said it, i was wrong, and i apologize. let's be honest, we're living in the real world. this is nothing more than a distraction from the important
reporter: condemnation to the remarks has come swiftly. paul ryan, is saying donald trump will not appear with him in wisconsin. and jason chaffetz is out. >> i feel bad for the country. i feel bad for the pences. >> on sunday, donald trump is expected to participate in a debate with hillary clinton. on friday mighty said he will be e. thema: billy bush released a statement in response to a recording. donald trump was supposed to appear at fall fest in elkhorn with speaker paul ryan and ron jonson, he will not be attending that event anymore.
and you can watch that debate tomorrow night right here on wisn 12 news. abc news' coverage begins at 8:00. martha will moderate with anderson cooper. well, wisn 12 news time, 8:02. we want to turn to your saturday forecast. and meteorologist sally severson with the details of our sunny fall day today. a live look. this is our camera mounted right here. turn it around, a look at miller park, big high pressure influences our weather. we have hardly a cloud in the sky early this morning. a disturbance over the dakotas may pitch a few clouds our way later today, and especially tonight, but i think we're dry for the next several days. temperatures earlier in the morning. 35 at point.
44 that parent -- at the airport. and your hour-by-hour forecast, a nice rise, we will pitch out of the 40's and into the 50's to near 60 degrees. look at the sunshine. overall a west breeze in the neighborhood of eight to 16 miles per hour. we will call for start shine tonight, the lows will dip into the 40's and sunny just a little bit warmer for tomorrow. but keeping a close eye on what is happening with hurricane matthew. right now flooding rains in place across the coastal portions of carolina andov thema: we keep an eye on this storm, we can see just how big it is. and how many states it is covering. sally: that's right. the rain is ending across georgia. the heaviest of the rain bands right now are beginning to move inland. willingten is under a flash flood warning at this point. and a number of flash flood warnings in place for counties especially shore size counties in southern north carolina and
that's where the heaviest rains are. the storm category one it is weakening. you can see the watches and warnings now flash flood watches and warnings thanks to the rain. the storm is weakening and will continue to do so in 24 hours. thema: thank you to do so. on the south carolina coast, 3,000 people evacuated ahead of the storm. the cleanup continuing there this morning and in florida where six people have died as a result of the storm. and abc's lauren lister following matthew. reporter: good morning. matthew now brings a tornado watch to parts of the carolinas. you know, it is hard to believe that here just 24 hours ago the wind was so strong, you could barely walk. the storm downing trees and worst, and mow the continue -- now it continues moving north. the deadly hurricane wreaking havoc has it moves up the coast. overnight, math pew bringing deafening rain, storm surge and
flooding roads, downing trees, and driving cars off the road. an eerie light show on this highway as multiple power lines explode. the powerful hurricane has weakened, but continues to show its force. states of emergency declared in georgia, south carolina and north carolina. >> really the best thing now is to just hunker down. stay in a safe place. don't move, don't try to move around. reporter: this is after pulping florida. >> the sounded like a n that's all i can say. reporter: as matthew barreled through palm coast, a home security camera captures when water crashes into a home. whole roads getting washed away. st. augustine one of the hardest hit areas. walter going downtown streets. matthew travels north, 26,000 people riding it out atsulate ers in the carolinas and thousands without power on the
people are without power. people here being told it could be a week before they get it back. in the next 24 to 36 hours are crucial in the georgia and the carolinas. storm surges causing life-threatening innidiation. i'm lauren lyster, abc news. thema: right now, dozens of red cross volunteers from wisconsin are on their way to help with storm relief efforts. volunteers packed this red cross van full of supplies and left maybe at and heading to orlando to distributed cleanup kits and meals. but they could be diverted to another location if necessary. the ritual effect from hurricane matthew is impacting traveler around the country. this is a look at the flight boards at mitchell international. the 11:25 flight arriving from orlando has been canceled. thousands of flights across the u.s. have been candled and delayed. mostly in and out of orlando, miami, and fort lauderdale. and if you are planning to
you head to the airport new this morning, two men are expected to be okay after their boat cashes into the brick wall near mckinley marina. the fire department is saying crews were called out after 11:00 last night. after a 32-foot powerboat hit the brick wall. the two men were pulled to safety be near by boaters. milwaukee police are saying the boat was speeding when the crashed and the two men are being investigated for operating wh on top of the brick wall. this morning milwaukee police are trying to find who shot and killed a 24-year-old man last night. he was found lying on the sidewalk at 19th street and capital drive. he died at the scene. no suspects have been named. the shooting is under investigation. later today, you're invited to
a series of public hearingses will be saturday on sands this month. in august, the public safety action plan was increased calling for increased police staffing and depression facilities. residents will have the opportunity to provide input and feedback during today's meeting at depression facilities. residents will 9:30 at marshal . this weekend several colleges are welcoming back alumni. their are homecoming events at marquette and u.w.m. they are hosting the panther proehl. the 5k run and walk at 10:00 this morning it. you time the register at 8:30. marquette is hosting a fun run this morning. the color my college blue and gold 5k is that miller park. events start at 10:30. proceeds help to benefit midnight run that focuses on the needs of the hungry and homeless
campus. you can have your blood pressure and cholesterol checked for free today at sams club. and some locations free vision and hearing tests. health experts will be on hand from 11:00 until form. wisn 12 news time 80 9:00. a battle -- 8:09 this the battle of the badges. and meteorologist sally severson is standing by in the weather center with our saturday forecast. sally: we had a few 30's inland this morning we will warm to 60 today, and 70 is back on the
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thema: we are going to tune in right now from a news conference from north carolina. the governor is uperating citizen as we track hurricane matthew. >> 17 inches of rain and severe flooding that occurred just two weeks ago. th weeks ago, there are no cameras there, by the way, but they are hurting as a region right now. when we get another potential over foot of rain in that area, possibly, we've got some serious issues with flooding. our, major concern is also the cape fear river near burro. and the crest is expected monday near 20 feet. so citizens there must be aware of post storm flooding and the
tuesday could be our most difficult days even throughout the rest of the week at cape fear. thema: that was north carolina governor pat mccrory updating citizens there. the u.s. military is locating ships with relief supplies for hurricane victims in haiti. the storm devastating the island nation when the tore through there on tuesday. the official death toll is nearly 300 people, but the haitian government excepts that the rise over a couple from eau claire is traveling to haiti to help with the recovery efforts. sandy and john adopted four children from haiti. their goal is to purchase thousands of meals to hand deliver to meal in the hardest hits part of that country. >> we want to empower haiti to become self-sufficient. but their resources are limited. they need outside help.
wisn 12 news time right now, 8:14. if you're linking of remodeling your home, you might get inspired this weekend. it is the milwaukee home and remodeling show at the state park. that is where we find van mcneil. good morning. van. van: good morning. we are turning your home into a smart home, what is hold is new again. we're here at audio and video, part of the milwaukee home and remodeling show. player that i'm looking at. >> it is. new and improved. >> why a record player? i thought we were done with vinyl records. >> absolutely not. the classic sound that comes from these cannot be matched. >> on top of the record player, what else are you doing today at the milwaukee home and remodeling show. >> you need a strong network. we're showing tivo. >> yes. the record players here.
big flat panel tv's, which are amazing steve. >> they are good. >> ok. let's sit down here. welcome to the tivo system. i will give you this. >> ok. >> tell us what the watch. >> say i miss wednesday night here on abc it is speechless. i norgot to record -- forget the record it. >> let's see if it is on-line. >> so i time in "speechless" here on the remote. and hit search. and oh, look at that, it pops up. that's amazing. the pops up right there. speechless, a mom is driven to do what is best for her family. >> it found it everywhere. go to one of those and pick it and watch it. >> now, if you the questions here about turning your home into a smart home, they can come here and talk to you, steve. >> yes stop by our stores or see this great show today. >> thank you very much. >> and the remote here. this is a nice remote, too. >> you get to time. >> you don't have to scroll
check it out, steve. thank you for the time. planners audio and video. and www.wisn.com, the on tv section has more information. we're live at the maybe home and remodeling show. i'm going to watch tv here with steve. and wisn 12 news this morning. >> we are actually on tv right now, so before you watch it, we have a quick question. so can you show us the remote. we wanted to see what it looked like a little before we let you know. >> this is a ni so it starts like this, but then steve you can -- you can turn it into a keyboard. >> ok. >> and yeah. instead of scrolling up-and-down, you can time it in write their. really, really nice. thema: all right. the future is now, thank you, van. appreciate that. get back to watching tv. sally: i thought he was going to pain first. like home, you do one thing, and then you do another thing.
cool outside. and cold this morning. it is cold this morning. sally: this time of the year, it was cold early today. the temperatures into the 30s and a little bit of frost on the rooftops. i would not be surprised to hear about glaze inland this morning. the sun is up a while, we are looking at sunshine and a countdown, 23 days until halloween. 29, we got a month left until we saving time, 47 days until thanksgiving. but plenty of nice weather is headed our way. and nice weather over the next few days. temperatures for us climbing. it is 40 in madison. and still 39 coming in at waukesha, and 37 for west bend. the school spout today. and beaver dam is at 35 degrees. and the frost advisory for south
here, i would not be surprised next week we are seeing the frost headlines return for us. the temperatures will take a nosedive. so is high pressure that the flewens the weather. we have a trop, a disturbance into the dakotas. it is part of this west flow that is in place us, a few clouds this afternoon and tonight. no moisture with it. this guy passes over. october and november are two very good month meteor showers. i got up early to have a look, i didn't see anything. the orion peaks on the 21st. and then another peak in late october into november. the best thing to do is get away from the city lights and then just keep a look up and you want to layer up, the best time to
typically after midnight and into the very early pre-dawn hours. so a lot of sunshine for us on this saturday. again you can see the clouds as they stream in for this afternoon. just a disturbance coming across. the highs today reach to 60s. and lows tonight in the 40's. and sunday, another sunshine day for us. and warmer, and temperatures 63 to 64 degrees. and hang our hats on 70 for monday and tuesday, and
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thema: right now it is 8:23. bringing art to life. that's the idea behind a new exhibit at the museum of wisconsin heart in west bend. and right now, the work of photo realist david lens is on so joining us this morning is lori winners from the museum of wisconsin art, good morning. >> good morning, to you. >> thanks for being here, we appreciate. >> i'm happily to be here. >> tell us about this exhibit and what makes this different from anything else that you have put on display here. >> this is kind of an extraordinary expedition for us, facing david lens, people on the
david lens is a painter, and he works in oil paint. it looks like photographer, but they are painting. some are large scale, and his subject matter is the most important thing. he parents people on the periphery. people who are marginalized. poor farmers. dairy farmers, cognitively, disabled, and -- you know, people who are suffering. you know, the disinnen for >> a glitch into peoples' lives as we look at these pictures. they really are photo realistic. i don't know if you could tell these are a paintings. show sharp, the color and detail. >> yeah. the detail is amazing. again on a large scale. these are not miniature paintings. some are nine feet across. he will spend an exorb only amount of time doing each work. just a couple of paintings a
bring an entire career of an artist work together in one place and see the evolution from the beginning, a very young artist, so today when 30 years late when he is doing this magnificent work, amazing is. >> and the opportunity for people to see it here. amazing. thank you for time this morning. we appreciate it. >> thank you. >> if you want to find out more, there is information on www.wisn.com and our free wisn later today, a battle of the badges to raise money for easter seals and the fight against autism. local police officers and firefighters will step into the boxing ring for a friendly competition. you invited to the field house for matches, there will be raffles and a silent action. the doors open at 3:00. and the bouts at 5:00. and wisn 12 news time right now, 8:25. octoberfest celebrations are in
thema: good morning, everyone. and welcome to wisn 12 news this morning. i'm thema ponton into. thank you for start us this saturday 8:30 right now and we will start with your forecast. and meteorologist sally severson is in the weather center with our weekend details. good morning. sally: and a look outside will tell you everything. fair skies early this morning with fair skies and light winds overnight our temperatures fell big time. but readings are recovered nicely. and an hour and a half from sunrise, 37 at beaver dam.
and 44 degrees at mitchell international. and frost advisories there portions of wisconsin. do not include our area, but that time of the year. high pressure influences our weather, that is spelling sunshine for us today. daytime highs, thema, that will reach to 60 degrees on light west winds. and we will look at the sunday forecast and when we are close to 70, coming up. thema: thank you, sally. and we are following breaking news this morning. donald trump is apologizing after video of him saying vulgar women is causing campaign controversy. that video obtained by the white house -- "washington post" he will not make a campaign appearance in wisconsin today. brian clark reports. reporter: a hot mic and a blast from the past. >> i moved on her and a failed. reporter: a 2005 conversation between donald trump and access
trying to sleep with a married woman in route to tape a soap opera cameo. this is months after marrying his wife. it did not say the route to tap, but his celebrity status helped with women. >> i have to use ticktacks incase i start kissing her. it is like a magnet. i don't -- when you are star, they let you do. if you can do anything. grab them by theee you can do anything. reporter: and then donald trump emerges from the bus. >> hello. how are you. hi. nice seeing you. reporter: donald trump insists this was locker room
banter, a private conversation that took place many years ago. donald trump responds to the daning video. >> i have never said i'm a perfect person more pretended
i have done and things i regret. and the words released today on a decade old video is one of them. anyone who knows me knows it doesn't reflect who i am. reporter: brian clark, abc news, new york. thema: this morning republicans are reacting to the controversial comments. house speaker paul ryan is saying donald trump will not be attending a campaign event with other republican candidates later today inco stand in for him. speaker ryan will be the keynote speaker for fall fest at the fairgrounds in elkhorn. governor walker and johnson are also expected to attend the event. all three lawmakers have denounced donald trump's comments. speaker ryan says, quote, i am sickened by what i heard today. women are to be championed and revealed, not objectified.
tweeting inexcusable. donald trump's comments are inexcusable. and donald trump will be spending today in new york preparing for tomorrow's second presidential debate. you can watch that debate right here on wisn 12 news. abc news martha will
moderate with anderson cooper. back on the campaign trail, bill clinton will campaign for his wife in greenfield later today. and meet with supporters add ibew494 headquarters. the doors open at 3:00. you asked to rsvp on-line. right now, hurricane matthew continue to churn along the east coast. this is video from georgia overnight where high winds are knocking out power. some areas are bracing for up to 15 inches of rain. and that hurricane moving through coastal florida yesterday. where six people have died from the storm.
this morning. officials say it could take weeks to clean up the damage. while thousands of people evacuated, others in places like sat augustine decided to ride out the storm. as you can see there, many of them getting trapped inside of a motel and homes. the storm is weaker now than earlier this week when it made landfall in the caribbean. the death toll in haiti is 300 people, but the number is expected to rise. now, for the latest on hurricane matthew, meteorologist sally severson. sally: the storm is a category one, but packing a real punch as far as rainfall is concerned. the showers are tapering awful across georgia. the real focus right now on northern parts of south carolina and southern parts of north carolina. you can see will mountain, there are flash flood warnings in place and potentially a tornado in north myrtle beach in the last hour or so. put the heaviest of rapes moved
and flooding will continue to be a significant issue. the storm will remain a category one most of the day and tonight. and weakening has moves out towards the atlantic and become a tropical storm and then an area of low pressure and bring rain again later week back into the bahamas. so watches and warnings now in place, but we're keeping an eye on tropical storm nicole, she should remain a non threat to the u.s. thema. thema: all right. travelers trying to get to atlanta, savannah, and charleston are experiencing problems. thousands of flights are canceled through tomorrow because of the hurricane. all flights to and from orlando were canceled yesterday, some phloems could resume later today. here in milwaukee looking that flight boards. the 11:25 arrival from orlando also canceled. you ask stay on top of the hurricane and the latest track both on www.wisn.com and our
this weekend the packers are looking for a win tomorrow against the giants. wisn 12 news storms dan needles and drew olson has a free rue of the game. >> coming up tonight here on big 12s sports saturday. we will talk a little bit about the badgers. the big game against ohio state one week off. they had a heck of the history. mostly on the packers. >> that's right. packag coming off the by facing the giants. we will talk about that and look at ben and odal a diva wide receiver. >> we will talk about that and more coming up tonight at 6:30 on big 12 sports saturday. >> all right. thank you. now our weather. and meteorologist sally severson has our local forecast.
outside, in a jacket. the workweek warmup and when we are back to 70 was. thema: thank you, sally. a growing problem across wisconsin. one department is taking unique approach to fighting bedbugs. and van mcneil is live at state fair park for this weekend's home and remodeling show. good morning. van: good morning. much more than home and remodeling inspirati barbecue? absolutely. we will tell you how you can meet laroi butler and ge i know you! [laughs] welcome! hi! we're your neighbors.
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and meteorologist sally severson will let us know how warm it will get today. this morning the u.s. is accusing russia of trying to interfere with the presidential elections. two intelligence agencies released a joint statement yesterday officially blaming russia for recent e-mail hacks. those breaches targeted political groups including the department national convention. here in wisconsin, election officials are saying there is a problem with some absentee they are been sent but missing address information and might not count. a new law in wisconsin requires absent teballots to include the full address of a witness. in milwaukee, the election chief is saying 400 have come in where the witness did not write their municipality, they will have to be returned to be corrected. president barack obama casts his early battle for the 2016 presidential election yesterday. he stopped by the chicago board of elections office to vote. president barack obama is in
is expected to take part in several big ticket democratic fund raisers. later today, the city of maybe is coming together to support dads. the 11th annual father hood summit is this weekend. one of the largest annual gathering of men in the state. drawing an average of 1,000 men each year. the sum that includes speeches, workshops, and a job fair encouraging men to step up in theirld the have evented is on silver spring drive, it is free and open to the public. a dog in wisconsin is helping prevent the spread of a major pet in people's home. chester is the rescue dog helping the brown county democratic track down bedbugs. they have seem a 300 increase. chester helps to such for the bugs. the health department is saying
also found in hotels and public places. well, later today the human annual welfare society is hosting the annual 5k. move your mut is that lake park. it starts in 15 minutes at 9:00 this morning. the money raised benefits the human animal welfare society. this weekend, octoberfest celebrations continue across southeastern wisconsin. downtown segerburg is keeping the german tradition alive later and beer and along with a soup -- sauerkraut eating contest. and weiner dog racing. dozens will race to see who is the fastest. well, revealing the badger state's biggest secrets.
milwaukee public museum. called hidden wisconsin, earn seen, unknown, uncovered. you can go inside of a 1920 speak easy, explore a shim wreck, learn about ancient cities and track prehistoric footprints. >> i would love for people to look at wisconsin new eyes. the idea that our state is really cool there. are all sorts of scientist and history and facts here that a lot of people don't know about. it is such a rich interesting state. thema: hidden within runs through january 8th. admission is free for museum members otherwise it will cost you $23 for adults and $16 for kids. well, later today, if you have ferve dreamed of remodeling your home, now is your chance. the milwaukee home and remodeling show is this weekend at state fair park. and this is where we find van mcneil. good morning. van: good morning.
at the wisconsin state fair park expedition center. and a big thanks to our friends here, you can learn about making your home a smart home. we had sherwin-williams here dave as well. and later today, green bay packers here. >> yeah, laroi butler coming out and doing a cooking demo at 1:00. >> he is a cook? >> yes. an excellent cook. and has a cookbook? >> all right. let me give you that stain and sherry, you do food as well. barbecue? >> we are doing barbecue. >> dickey's has been around since 1941. barbecue tips and tricks here today. >> yes. going to barbecue university in dallas, texas, we brought this franchise. >> all right. so what do we have here. look at this big slab of meat. >> this is a signature meat. this is our texas-style brisked. we hand rub everything every day.
we spoke it on the fat side. >> oh, my goodness. >> this is outer pulled pork loan. it is smoked 12 to 15 hours. >> so what does this turn into. one that is already cooked. >> of course. >> the magic of television. >> this morning this is the only one that was ready for us. >> well, at 12 to 15-hour do, my goodness. >> there yugo. and we souses here. it does not need sauce. >> and the free ice cream. here that milwaukee home and remodeling show. it is so tender it is falling a part to you. yes. we will bring it back to you in the studio. van mcneil, we are live at the milwaukee home and remodeling show. get more at www.wisn.com. thema: i would say that you
once i saw you take the bite, but thank you, so very much, van. we appreciate. it. sally: make him talk more. thema: the second i saw him go -- sally: tiny bite. thema: tiny bites. sally: a lot of fun things that the home improvement expo. thema: a good day to get out and survey. sally: a lot of people are splitting hostas and doing gardening and garden cleanup, what you do, the zoo is free today, no parking, that is something to do with the family. now, outdoor activities are perfect. this cameras are quite warn. so -- this is our camera mounted that milwaukee institute of art and design. the temperature is 41 degrees. a light northwest winds. and now, let's split north and looking at sheboygan.
at holy hill. you can see the sun. 41 degrees at fond du lac. and fall color. it is peaking in the northwoods, and gorgeous worth in place across southern wisconsin. we should peak towards the end of next week and into the following week. typically the third week of october for us in the south. this morning our temperatures we had thirl's early today, but now the sun is up we are a little bit warmer. elsewhere, still 39 at the dells and fond du lac. fair skies in place for us. big high pressure for us. the cool 41 from yesterday that brought clouds and the gusty winds in the cool front is off and well to our east. it actually, this boundary wilhelm to push hurricane matthew back out into the
days. keep us fair and enjoy sunshine. now, there is a little disturbance, caught in the west wind and see plenty of sunshine this morning. but a couple of clouds this afternoon and for tonight. this is 5:30. just a few clouds overhead. our model tries to get a sprinkle or two going. we don't get wet with it. the air mass is too dry. tomorrow morning lows in the 40's. and the nice weather stays in place for us w and warmup for monday. today, our highs around 60 degrees. and the west breezes eight to 16. 44 for tonight. 63 for tomorrow. the wind is east tomorrow. and then south. look at the temperatures on monday-tuesday. 70 degrees. now, there is another cold front for tuesday night and spread showers in and then turn cooler on wednesday and thursday, and highs upper 50's and lower 60's want thema. thema: thank you, sally. all right. 8:49. two very different cultures meet
and a beautiful fall day. a nice day to go outside and go leaf peeping. and meteorologist sally severson will have our complete forecast coming up. looking ahead on this weekend's arts avenue, the milwaukee ballet is exploring two different worlds in separate upcoming performances. joining us now to talk about the all is michael, the art tistic director of the milwaukee ballet. good morning. >> good morning. >> thanks for being here. >> always a pleasure. >> so this event has a l tell everybody what it is. >> this is ( speaking foreign language ), this is based on a -- incredible score. and that's really the story of the thousand 1 arabian nights. so this is a production appears to all ages, in particular the younger wans, aladdin, sinbad, and the moon prince, the traveling soldiers. it is a wonderful way of escaping away for just a few
just a few hours of culture and art and to get away from everything. and the second piece, angels in the architect. it is showing appalachian spring. that is a celebration of the simplicity of the shakers movement. and it is, it is so sublimely simple and beautiful, but there is complexity within it. so i urge people to come. live music. 45 dancers on stage. ec lights, everything, what better way to spend two hours in the theater. you can close the door. leave everything behind and escape into the magical world of dance and movement and music. i will guarantee you, you will come out impressed. >> and learn something. >> absolutely. and absolutely. the arabian knights it is such a good books, we should encourage our children and young teens to read the book. it is the stuff of disney.
it is always wonderful stories, and coupled with the incredible pieces of music played by the milwaukee ballet orchestra. the best way to spend a weekend and few days. 20th through the 23rd. >> the sounds like magic. michael, that you for your time. we appreciate it. we have put a link with more information on our website, www.wisn.com. just click on the on tv section. you will also find the information on our free wisn 12 news mobile app. 8:55 right now morning. coming up on 12 news this morning. we will talk about a sweet way to share your resume. one man landed himself a dozen interviews all with a help of a popular breakfast item. stay with us. you are watching 12 news this
new this morning an innovative jobseeker putting his resume in a donut box. the 25-year-old dissized himself as a delivery man. and handed the donuts to top tech companies in san francisco, and understand that's what they found. the reads most resumes ended about the trash. mine in your belly. after delivering doughnut boxes to 40 companies. he got 10 job that is very creative. sally: especially if he sprung for delicious doughnuts. thema: so come in young man. sally: creative and clever. clear skies, crisp morning earlier today. and the temperatures in the 40's and 40's. and make it to 64 today. west winds eight to 16. maybe a little bit more blustery. 63 for tomorrow and 44 for tonight.
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